The jury of the Cannes film festival awarded a prize to the Lebanese drama “Capernaum” Nadine Lightweight
Director, Hirokazu, Koreagate:epa/vostock-photo
– Japanese movie “Shop thief” directed by Hirokazu Koreeda received the Palme d’or 71-th Cannes film festival, reports on Saturday the correspondent of “Interfax”.
The Japanese film “Shop thief” tells the story of the family of a poor Japanese worker, which exists almost exclusively retired grandmother, which some of the relatives steal in stores. Once the head of the family picks up on the street a little girl. Family friendly continues its existence, but once they see the ad about the missing girl, which leads to problems for the family.
The second largest award to the 71-th Cannes film festival, Grand Prix, received the spike Lee for his film “Black all kinds of things over”.
The painting “Black all kinds of things over” (“BlacKkKlansman”) Adam Driver, and John David Washington talks about negroe COP who joins the ranks of the Ku Klux Klan in the early 1970-ies.
Earlier the painting was awarded the Ecumenical jury.
Jury prize 71-th Cannes film festival got the Lebanese drama “Capernaum” Nadine Lightweight, reports on Saturday the correspondent of “Interfax”. The picture of “Capernaum” tells the story of a boy named Zane who lives in a large family in poverty. He decides to sue her parents for what they brought him into the light.
For best actor noted Italian Marcello Fonte for his role in the film “Dogman” Matteo Garrone. He talks about loving a dog groomer in a small Italian town who has to confront a former boxer, terrorizing local residents.
The announcement of the winners takes place on Saturday at the Palais des festivals.
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